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Chris Aldrich
Biomedical Engineer loves: information theory, complexity, math, biology, , journalism, education, entertainment industry
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Chris Aldrich Jan 14
There's a small quirk in the metadata for the webpage for yesterday's episode. The page could also do better microformats mark up. ;) Keep up the good fight!
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Chris Aldrich Jan 12
Replying to @kvlly @anildash and 3 others
For inspiration: using our friend has built an ring to link people's personal websites which dovetails on your prior idea. Many on the ring are developer related btw.
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Chris Aldrich Jan 12
Improving user experience with links, notifications, and webmentions
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Chris Aldrich Jan 11
"Looking at some of those bullet journal masterpieces made me wonder, how much of bullet journaling is just...productivity porn?" –Marie Poulin
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Chris Aldrich Jan 10
Great post . I’ll also say thanks for including me in such an illustrious list. But to the others, I’ll suggest you're holding out on us. The meatier list he’s hiding is at: [more...]
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Chris Aldrich Jan 10
Replying to @pauljacobson
There are a few parts to having a media diet: 1. keeping track of it all quickly and easily; 2. going back to contemplate on it and deciding what may have been worthwhile or not; and 3. using the above to improve upon your future media diet [more...]
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Chris Aldrich Jan 10
Did someone say literature? history? I’m there! And best of all it looks like there are over 60+ hours of content to consume here!
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Chris Aldrich Jan 9
There are an impressive number of IndieWeb-related articles in this year’s list of 2019 Predictions. Somehow I had missed the one written by our own , or they continued publishing them after I’d seen the first batch?
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Chris Aldrich Jan 9
A great argument here for the IndieWeb: "Why You Should Start A Blog In 2019"
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Chris Aldrich Jan 9
I’d welcome you to join a rapidly growing group of creators who've been doing almost exactly what you’ve prescribed. We’re amassing a wealth of knowledge, tools, code, & examples at to help you and others on their journey [more...]
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Chris Aldrich Jan 9
This is a very staid & sober statement about the ills of social media platforms and a proposed way forward for 2019. His argument is tremendously bolstered by the fact that he’s got his own website where he’s hosting and distributing his own content.
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Chris Aldrich Jan 8
The inimitable has a new blog "Indie Digital Media" for creators & fans of independent digital media. You should be following it. I suspect it'll also be of interest to the broader and communities as well.
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Chris Aldrich Jan 8
Some interesting thoughts on creativity and management from in one of my favorite podcasts via
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Chris Aldrich Jan 8
Reminder that if you're interested in , , or computer science it's not too late to register for the UCLA Extension course Introduction to Category Theory that starts tonight.
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Chris Aldrich Jan 4
Replying to @BrodartPulse
Yes. Won't work from either product page or from the add by SKU interface, though that one at least indicates positively that it was added. Using Chrome v71.0.3578.98 (Official Build) (64-bit).
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Chris Aldrich Jan 3
What's going on with the website? I can't put anything in my cart to make an order??
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Chris Aldrich Jan 3
Lack of diversity is like the cigarette problem of the early 70's. We know it's bad for us, but it doesn't seem as significant on a marginal individual basis. Worked on over decades it'll make us & our society much healthier & richer for having solved it.
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Chris Aldrich Jan 3
Kandel's corollary to "People eventually start to look like their pets." Gives me hope in old age that I have a German Shepherd and not a Chihuahua (or slime mold)...
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Chris Aldrich Jan 2
It seems that leeries are just as pictuesque and poetic in other incarnations as they are depicted in Mary Poppins Returns. Why the romanticism for such a menial and dirty seeming profession?
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Chris Aldrich Jan 2
I've always loved old school screenings of silent films, but I've never experienced benshi. This March event sounds like it could be pretty cool and definitely unique as its own art form.
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